El huracán Ida derribó más postes de energía en 2 estados que Katrina, Ike, Delta y Zeta combinados, la compañía de energía dice

Damage to power poles from Hurricane Ida across two states was greater than that caused by Katrina, Ike, Delta y Zeta combinados, según Entergy, que brinda servicio eléctrico a más de 1 million customers in Louisiana.

Our crews are encountering massive damageparticularly in the hardest-hit areas,” Entergy Louisiana Vice President of Distribution Operations John Hawkins said. “We have assembled a storm team of nearly 26,000 people who will not stop until the last light is back on.
Entergy said 30,679 poles, 36,469 spans of wire, y 5,959 transformers in Louisiana and Mississippi were damaged in the storm. The number of poles damaged or destroyed is more than the number for hurricanes Katrina, Ike, Delta y Zeta combinados, la empresa dijo.
      Downed utility poles lie on a road in Albany, Luisiana, en septiembre 2.

      Más que 415,000 customers were still without power in Louisiana on Tuesday morning, as cleanup and recovery efforts continue more than a week after Hurricane Ida made landfall in the state, de acuerdo a PowerOutage.us.
        While some people in the hardest-hit areas may not have power until the end of the month, Entergy said Tuesday morning it has now restored power to more than half of all customers who lost power as a result of the storm — y casi 70% of its customers in New Orleans.
          We have made significant progress in getting the lights back on for our customers in spite of all the challenges we are facing,” Hawkins said.
          Entergy Louisiana and Entergy New Orleans have restored a combined 457,000 customers out of the peak of 902,000 that lost service. Entergy New Orleans has restored nearly 70% of customers impacted,” the company said in a statement.
          Lafourche, Lower Jefferson, S t. Charles and Terrebonne parishes and parts of Plaquemines Parish are still expected to be without power until September 29, de acuerdo a Entergy’s website.
          Terrebonne President Gordon Dove said his parish will be getting electrical transmission on Thursday, sin embargo.
          We’ll be lighting up Terrebonne from Thursday on,” Dove told CNN on Tuesday. “And of course there is still a lot of poles down, and we have three utility companies here, aggressively preparing them and getting them underway.

          Carbon monoxide poisoning

          With some people relying on generators for power, the Louisiana Department of Health is reporting that four people have died of carbon monoxide poisoning, y 141 people have been treated for inhalation of thedeadly, odorless gassince the hurricane.
          Emergency room visits for carbon monoxide poisoning were reported in Greater New Orleans, Baton Rouge and other areas in the past week, the department said in a release on Monday.
          The Jefferson Parish East Bank Consolidated Fire Department alone responded to 413 carbon monoxide-related calls by Sunday, according to Chief Dave Tibbetts. Típicamente, the department has just 12 a 20 such calls over a three- or four-month period, he said Sunday.
          The state health department urged residents toplease use your portable or stand-by generator safelyby following the advice from the Office of the State Fire Marshal, which includes placing generators at least 20 feet away from a residence.

          Heat advisory for southeast Louisiana

          Parts of southeast Louisiana are under a heat advisory on Tuesday from 11 soy. a 5 pm., with heat index values forecast to reach as high as 105 grados.
            Humidity levels will continue to be high Wednesday, although heat advisoriesdo not appear to be necessary,” according the National Weather Service in New Orleans.
            Some relief from the humid conditions is expected Thursday night as slightly cooler, drier air filters into the region, but temperatures and humidity are forecast to rebound into the weekend.




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